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Onshore wind energy costs have fallen again in Germany's latest onshore wind auction, with 1 GW worth of capacity awarded at an average support...

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The global installed capacity of solar PV is expected to increase from 49.77 gigawatts per anum to 69.86 gigawatts by 2020, but declines in...

Batteries

The energy storage technology company BioSolar has claimed a breakthrough in the field of lithium-ion batteries, according to a recent press release. To be...

Biomass

Renewable power costs are declining sharply, with rapid deployment and fast rates of learning fueling ongoing capacity additions and cost reductions, according to a...

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[social_buttons] Despite the economic recession, the solar industry grew significantly in 2009. The solar industry added 17,000 jobs to the US economy in 2009....

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2020 sees record for land-based wind generation, 24% increase in pipeline of offshore wind energy — laying the foundation for rapid growth in years...

Electric Vehicles

A new Argonne study offers the most complete understanding yet of the costs of owning and operating a vehicle and how those costs vary by...

Batteries

Fourth Report in NREL’s Storage Futures Study Uses Distributed Generation Market Demand Model To Estimate Behind-the-Meter Storage Capacity, Identify Drivers of Customer Adoption

Clean Power

Simulations Show Nonlinear Relationship Between Renewable Contribution and Costs—and that U.S. Can Get To 80+% Renewables at Same Cost as Keeping System at Today’s...

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Wind capacity in the United States has increased significantly over the past decade, from 40.1 gigawatts (GW) in January 2011 to 118.3 GW at the...

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Large-Scale Simulations Show U.S. Can Get Close to 100% Renewable Generation Cost-Effectively—But Final Few Percent Drive Nonlinear Increase in Total System Cost

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